Sponsored by the Greenville Area Economic Development Corp. and the Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce.
Registration with shotgun start at 11:00 a.m.
$130 per golfer ($520 for a team) includes BBQ buffet by Mule Train Smokers, "19th Hole" Awards Reception, beverages and participant gift
A variety of sponsorship opportunities are available. View here
You can register or pay online.
Meet Colony Ambassadors at the Keifer Building to learn about life in The Colony and tour current 2- and 3- bedroom homes and 1-bedroom apartments. Find out about our NEW to come 2-bedroom apartments with open floor plans, laundry, patios and car ports.
The Tour of Homes is free and open to the public. For more information, 724-589-4646
Sponsored by the Shenango Valley Chamber of Commerce
Registration: 8 am
Putting Contest: 8:30 am (cash prize)
Shotgun Start: 9:30 am
Golf Package: $85 per person includes 18-holes of golf w/cart, continental breakfast with mimosas; hot dogs at the turn; beverages on the course; participation gift & personal golf cart valet!
Once golf outing is complete, sit down lunch served at the club house followed by awards and a basket raffle!
Hole-in-One Prizes on par 3’s sponsored by Gilbert’s Risk Solutions
Mulligans, Skins, and Proximity Prizes
RSVP by July 6. Contact Shenango Valley Chamber, 724-981-5880 or email@example.com
Eat on site or take it to go. Delivery available.
Pavilion is across from the sports complex on Rt. 58
Tickets $10 each and includes 1/2 chicken, baked potato, applesauce, roll, beverage.
Kiwanis Dining Cards, good until the end of the year, will be available for 1/2 price - $12.50.
Proceeds benefit club service projects.
Sponsored by St. Paul's
Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. and will be timed by The Runner's High.
Following the race is the Color Burt Jam! with a DJ, snacks and refreshments.
Early registration of $15 ends July 16. $20 after July 16. (Register by July 26 to guarantee a t-shirt.)
Make checks payable to St. Paul Homes and drop off/mail to Attn: Color Me Happy, St. Paul Homes, 339 East Jamestown Road, Greenville, PA 16125
For more information, contact Mimi Dreher, 724-588-9613 ext. 1136
Thank you First National Bank for sponsoring Greenville members.
Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce
- Grove City Area Chamber of Commerce
- Mercer Area Chamber of Commerce
- Shenango Valley Chamber of Commerce
- Butler County Chamber of Commerce
- Slippery Rock Business Association
The event is free for chamber members. Please register with your respective chamber. Greenville chamber members can register online.
The 5k / 2 mile walk benefits the Community Food Warehouse
Race begins at 9 a.m. with the walk commencing immediately after.
Every runner and walker who crosses the finish line will be entered into a drawing for $1,000.
Registration by Sept. 3 - $18. After September 3, participant is not guaranteed a t-shirt.
$20 on race day. Free kids fun run.
Mail-In Registration: Make checks payable to “CFW 5K Run/2 Mile Walk” and mail to: Community Food Warehouse of Mercer County • 109 S Sharpsville Ave., Suite A, Sharon, PA 16146. Online pre-registration ends on September 10th.
The Greenville Chamber of Commerce is hosting its second annual wine and beer tasting event, Grapes & Growlers.
Only 250 tickets will be sold for this premier event. Attendees will have the opportunity to sample some of the area’s finest wines and brews in this unique, casual atmosphere.
Click here to sponsor the event. Call the Chamber, 724-588-7150.
Tickets: $25 each and will be available in June.
Sponsored by Mercer Area Chamber of Commerce
Old Fashioned 5k kicks off the event on Friday, July 13. Registration form
A day a fun-filled activities:
- Drive RC Cars
- Bounce houses, crafters, displays, food, games
- Magic show by Michael "Cool" Rhodes
- Inkredible Ike Balloon Artist
- Car Cruise-in
- Hula Hoop Contest
- Free family movie at 9 pm, How to Tame Your Dragon
For more information, contact Mercer Area Chamber of Commerce, 724-662-4185 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ins and Outs of Estate Planning
Thursday, June 28
Kiefer Building at St. Paul's, 341 E. Jamestown Road
- The steps of estate planning
- Beneficiary arrangements
- Life insurance
- Suddenly single - what to have in place before a spouse passes away and what needs done immediately after
- Income tax and retirement planning
- Current technology in use for estate planning
Experts: Carolyn Hartle, founding member of Hartle Elder Law Practice, and Ken McEwen, president/CEO of GFC Strategic Lifestyle Advisors See More
Reservations required: email@example.com or 724-589-4667
Co-sponsored by the Friends of Goddard (FROG) and Goddard State Park. All proceeds benefit new playground equipment.
The community celebration and pioneer workday will focus on the pioneers who settled the Lake Wilhelm watershed area in the 1700s through 1840s.
Demonstrations include blacksmithing, tanning, spinning, and dutch oven cooking. Entertainment both days, wagon rides, artisans, food vendors and more! Live Cresswell Charity Auction on Sunday at 2 p.m.
Admission and parking are free.
M. K. Goddard State Park is located five minutes from I-79. Take Exit 130 to 358 West and follow the signs to Lake Wilhelm Road, leading directly to the marina. For further directions or more information contact the park at 724-253-4833. Park maps are available on our web page.
Summer Camp registrations now open! Our next Athena Community Enrichment (ACE) workshop is an AROUND THE GLOBE summer camp that will be held for 6 weeks this summer, every Saturday morning.
Students will travel around the world exploring different countries and continents weekly! Open to kids ages 6-10. Spots are limited and will be reserved on a first come, first serve basis. Starts June 23!
Special appearance by Chris Higbee!
It's time to crown this year's Wing King at the 11th Annual Wing King Cook-Off. The event has four categories that are selected by a panel of judges chosen from the community. Attendees vote for the People's Choice.
- Wing King Traditional
- Wing King BBQ
- Wing King Creative
- Wing King Hot
- Wing King People's Choice
Cost is $20 per person in advance / $25 at the gate
The event benefits the United Way's initiative of "Lifting Families Out of Poverty."
For more information or tickets, 724-981-1884
Tickets available at the chamber office, cash or check only.
The UPMC Horizon Community Health Foundation is one of the premier golf outings in our region. Proceeds fund special projects in our area that address unmet health and human service needs.
Golfer Only, Hole-in-One and Team Prizes
9:00 a.m. Registration
9:30 - 10:45 a.m. Driving Range
11:00 a.m. Shotgun Start
4:30 p.m. Reception (cash bar & buffet dinner, awards & prizes)
Reserve your spot by June 8.
Benefiting the Greenville Area Public Library
The event is back! Join us to taste wine, beer and savory appetizers from local wineries, breweries and restaurants.
Tickets are $30 per person or $50 per couple. Tickets are available at the library; in the Chamber office (cash or check only); or Packard Paint & Decorating
Must be 21 years and older to purchase tickets and attend the event.
- Live Auction
- Chance Auction
- Chance PLUS Auction
- 50/50 Raffle
- Live music & fun for kids
- Specially prepared strawberry desserts
Proceeds from the auctions and raffles benefit the Good Samaritan Fund at The Ridgewood at Shenango Valley and are used solely for benevolent and unfunded care.
Admission: $1 or one non-expired canned food item per person to benefit the Community Food Warehouse.
Click here for a coupon for a special drawing.
Registration from 12 to 12:45 p.m.
Golf Ball Drop 12:45 p.m.
Shotgun start 1:00 p.m.
Four person scramble (women and seniors hit from appropriate tees). Prizes for 1st, 2nd 5th places, skill prizes, raffle prizes, putting contest, silent auction.
$75 per golfer or $300 per team (includes green fees with carts, lunch, beverages, buffet dinner, wine & beer tasting, and prizes)
For non-golfers, tickets are available for dinner and wine tasting, and golf ball drop.
Tee sponsors available for $100
Proceeds benefit various Rotary programs including youth leadership and vocational programs, international exchange programs, Greenville Rotary Jack Brown Memorial Scholarship, Greenville service projects, and Rotary International Foundation.
For more information: Ray Olsen, 724-456-2187 or register and pay online.
Click here for a registration form.
Connecting Businesses to Create a Better Community
Co-Sponsored by: Primary Health Network & Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce
PHN and PHN Foundation invite business members of Mercer County and surrounding areas to attend Coffee Connections to create networking opportunities and educate others on what our area has to offer.
RSVP by Friday, May 25: firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Counseling Center has been providing comprehensive community-based behavioral health and substance abuse services to children and adolescents, young and middle aged adults, and geriatric service participants since 1957.
Sponsorship opportunities are available and in part help cover the costs of providing an educational program including a speaker at our community education/outreach program events. In recognition of National Mental Health Month which begins May 1, we have engaged Michaila Rae DeVore as our guest speaker. Michaila is a bullying survivor and will share her personal message of strength, self-love, and hope in her keynote address entitled “Powerless to Powerful."
Ms. DeVore is a senior at Saegertown High School and was a competitor in Miss America’s Outstanding Teen Program for three years winning three local titles and then progressing to the Miss Pennsylvania Outstanding Teen Pageants. She will also conduct the afternoon Educational Workshop on May 17 from 2:00pm – 3:30pm for stakeholders including service participants, staff, and family members. This afternoon educational workshop is being presented free of charge to attendees, as we want as many service participants and family members to attend as possible.
For additional information, to schedule an ad or purchase a ticket, email Elaine Shardy or call, 724-981-7141 x194.
This first Women in Leadership Development event in Mercer County is presented by Gannon Small Business Development Center featuring leadership expert Dr. Janet Rose!
Ticket price includes panel discussion with women in leadership, lunch, and a copy of Dr. Rose's book, Leading Women.
Cost is $40. Click here to register.
Featuring Juvenile Characteristics
Come and enjoy MCTA’s “Trail Treats” with food provided by Sheetz, Twin Temptations Bakery, Padrone’s Pizza, Paxton’s Restaurant and more of your local flavor favorites.
There will also be a 50/50 Raffle and Silent Auction
All funds raised will be used to continue the expansion of trails on abandoned rail beds throughout Mercer County and encourage tourism and economic vitality.
Tickets • $12 per person - Includes food, drinks & music - Can be purchased at the door or in advance from a board member or Fred Kiser, 724-866-3317.
Sponsored by Mercer Area Chamber of Commerce
This year we have changed the venue to The Lakes at Jefferson so that we can highlight all the great bakers, restaurants and organizations around the county as well as the local brew houses and wineries!! Visitors will enjoy samples of delicious beverages and cuisine from the finest breweries, wineries, bakers, restaurants and organizations, around the county!! There will also be an opportunity to purchase tickets for the Chinese Auction. Tickets available at Mercer Citizens Bank, J. Hicks on the Square, IXL Rehab & Fitness Center, Tom Jones State Farm and Mercer Chamber of Commerce.
Ticket prices: $20 each; 2 for $30; or 8 for $100; at the door $25 each
Sponsored by Community Food Warehouse
The event centers around a simple meal of soup and bread and features handcrafted pottery bowls made and donated by local artisans and students. Soup and breads donated by local restaurants and bakeries.
The bowl is a reminder that everyday people in our community may not have enough to eat.
Cost is $20. All money collected will be used to feed the hungry in Mercer County.
For more information or to make an auction donation, contact Lauren at email@example.com or 724.981.0353. Buy tickets online.
The GSO presents “All Creatures Great & Small,” a wonderful concert for animal lovers. Everyone who loves going to the zoo will delight in hearing music that brings to life snakes, donkeys, horses, butterflies, bumble bees, lions, ducks, cats, wolves, elephants, panthers, monkeys and more! The GSO performs "On the Trail" by Grofë from the Grand Canyon Suite, "Mariposas Exoticas (Exotic Butterflies)," "Dancing Snakes," "I Wan’na Be Like You" from The Jungle Book, Leroy Anderson’s "Chicken Reel," Mancini’s "Baby Elephant Walk" and the "Pink Panther," and music from the Lion King.